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What PRP Could Do for Your Joints

We rely on our joints to move us through life. As they do day after day, year after year, some wear and tear is to be expected. As we age and our bodies produce less of the vital proteins and chemicals that support our joints, such as collagen, we tend to experience occasional joint pain […]

What to Expect after Knee or Hip Surgery

Statistically speaking, the vast majority of patients who undergo a hip or knee replacement tend to do so after many months or years of postponement. We know from clinical experience that the hesitancy often lies in not knowing what to expect. After recovering from a joint replacement, patients often express that they wish they hadn’t […]

Modern Joint Replacement is More Comfortable and Effective

The hips and the knees are some of our most-used joints, and the most commonly affected by osteoarthritis. When the joints begin to break down into an arthritic state, the symptoms can become debilitating if not treated properly. Often, what happens is that the person with stiff, achy joints slows down their activity level, believing […]

Do I Need Hand Surgery?

Hand, wrist, or finger pain can be troublesome and inhibitive. It is important not to ignore symptoms that persist or recur. Doing so could allow a treatable condition to worsen and require more comprehensive care to correct the problem. At Orthopedic Associates of Long Island, we recognize the uniqueness of every situation. Patients often wonder […]

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New Riverhead location is worth the wait!

Orthopedic Associates of Long Island is thrilled to announce the opening of their new Riverhead office, located at 715 Roanoke Ave, building A. This new location offers the latest in digital x-ray and ultrasound, state-of-the-art air filtration, and, as an added benefit for our patients, on-site physical therapy! PrecisionCare PT is located in the lower […]

What Can I Do About Gout?

  Joint inflammation and pain are frustrating problems that can persist if not addressed properly. Often, people attribute joint pain to arthritis. Pain and other symptoms, especially when localized to the big toe, may actually be a sign of gout. Here, we discuss what gout is and what you can do to manage symptoms. What […]

Is a Sprain the Same as a Tear?

The terms “sprain” and “tear” are often used interchangeably by people who experience some type of pain associated with an injury. An orthopedic specialist knows that, though there are some similarities between the two, they are not the same. Here, we discuss the differences between sprains and tears so, if you experience pain, you can […]

Still Working from Home? You Need to be Up On Ergonomics!

This past year and a half has changed a lot about how we live and work. Many people have pivoted away from working in an office and are now working from home. Initially, this shift was necessary to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus. Now, it seems to be part of our new normal.  […]

Got Low Back Pain? You Probably Also Have Questions!

Lumbar pain, or low back pain, is one of the most common complaints adults bring to their doctors. The symptoms of a problem in the lumbar area of the spine can range from mild and annoying to debilitating. Patients are wise to be concerned about the cause of their pain. Being so can motivate them […]

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Patchogue, NY 11772

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Riverhead, NY 11901

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Southampton, NY 11968

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Wading River, NY 11792

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West Babylon, NY 11704

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